Viessmann installer raises over £6,000 for brain injury hospital

Viessmann heating installer, Evolution Renewable Energy Solutions Ltd, has raised over £6,000 for St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington after the specialist hospital treated their son for head injuries. 

Evolution Renewable Energy Solutions Ltd, a family owned and run business, has been raising money for St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, London after William (Billy) Unite, 25, was taken to the hospital with serious head injuries, following a car crash in St Albans in March 2014, which left three people injured.

Viessmann, the international heating systems manufacturer, has joined the family’s cause, helping raise money for the hospital by donating a Vitodens 100-W 19 kW system boiler, standard flue and weather compensation controller which was auctioned, and installed free of charge by Evolution Renewable Energy Solutions Ltd.  

Billy worked for Evolution Renewable Energy Solutions Ltd with his father, Phil Hibbert, and had recently completed a training programme at Viessmann’s Telford head office.

Seven months on, thanks to the care that St Mary's Hospital provided, Billy is now taking the first steps towards recovery. Following multiple operations he is now at a rehabilitation hospital.

In a statement made by Billy’s family, they said, “We cannot repay the gift, of a future with Billy, that St Mary's has given us. However, we can help support the lifesaving work they do, for both patients and loved ones. So please help us thank them and help to continue the good work of St Mary's by donating as much as you can, every little helps.”

Donations can be made via the Just Giving website here: https://www.justgiving.com/UniteForBilly/

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